Greene County Courthouse (Courthouse Square)

101 South Main Street
Greeneville, TN  37743
423-798-1730

Hours: Monday – Friday, ( 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.)

The site of many memorable happenings in the town’s history including the celebrated Greeneville Union Convention of June, 1861, and the funeral of President Andrew Johnson in 1875.  Three notable monuments are situated there: the exedra commemorates John Sevier and Greeneville, the Capitol of the State of Franklin, the stone shaft for General John Hunt Morgan, and the Union Soldier attests to the fact that many soldiers from Greene County served in the Union Army during the Civil War.

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